[Zope-Annce] Zope Weekly News for November 1st, 2000
ethan mindlace fremen
Thu, 02 Nov 2000 00:02:24 -0500
Something about those python guys,
put your writes in a "Lock Box",
Brazil and Netherlands in XML tryst,
Petrilli digs to the Dublin Core,
Davis wants a quick fix,
and is there a Doc in the house?
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by Brian Lloyd
Big News in Zopeland
As most of you probably already know, Digital Creations is
proud to welcome the Python Labs group to our team! You can
"read Guido's announcement",
Last week saw more progress on Jeffrey Shell's "Write Locking"
project to support DAV-aware Web tools that require DAV locking
support on the server.
HiperLogica and Martijn Pieters are moving the HiperDom project
forward. Zopistas interested in this project to add XMLC-like
templating to Zope should visit the new HiperDom development home
now, while the requirements are being formalized, and
"get their licks in",
Chris Petrilli has added a proposal to add standard metadata to
Zope objects. "Read the proposal",
Adam Davis has added a proposal for several "quick fixes" that we
could make to the Zope management interface in the 2.3 release
to "improve productivity",
Expect a 2.2.3 release in the next week the contains fixes for
all Hotfix bugs to date and a number of collector fixes.
Work will also be proceeding on several of the items
on the Zope 2.3 plan (which is available on dev.zope.org).
We will also be working on applying some better organization
to dev.zope.org to make it easier to find what you are looking
for and to get "at a glance" status for various projects and
-- by Ethan Fremen
Mission Quite Improbable
I am still engaged in a stealth mission.
The layout for the Documentation Overviews is done.
We're going to be delivering the completed versions
by the end of next week.